The Print Images are Lighter or Darker Than Expected, What Should You Do?

The Print Images are Lighter or Darker Than Expected, What Should You Do?

  Will you fell annoyed when the colors of the prints are always lighter or darker than you expected? If you don’t want to meet such a problem in sublimation printing, maybe you can follow our suggestions.

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  In order to avoid your images become darker or lighter, the first thing you should do is calibrating your monitor. If your images are still coming out darker or lighter than they look on screen, make sure the gamma setting (which controls the brightness of on-screen images) in your printer driver matches the one you used to calibrate your monitor. (In some drivers, this setting is listed under the Color Management section in the Print dialog box.)

    120g sublimation paper


  Because of the way sublimation paper absorb ink, dark shades of gray may appear as solid black when printed. As a result, images with heavy areas of shadows lose detail and appear too dark. You can compensate for this tendency by lightening the shadows in image-editing tools such as iPhoto 5 and Adobe Photoshop before you print. Click on the Adjust button and move the Shadows slider slightly to the right, taking care to not wash out the rest of your image. By accessing the Adjust controls through this pane, instead of the regular Edit controls, you will limit your changes to just this print--not the original image.

    120g sublimation paper

 

  If you still have many other problems in sublimation printing, welcome to share with us, and we’d like to find out the solutions with all of you together.

 

 

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